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I moved today to Guadix, Granada, to browse a unique cave houses now converted into accommodation: hotel Cuevas Pedro Antonio de Alarcon, named as a tribute to the important playwright author of works by both renowned and El sombrero de tres picos, originating in this locality. Cuevas Pedro Antonio de Alarcon boasts 23 caves, old houses of the families of the railroad workers who, following his progressive abandonment, were buying to end up becoming into what they are today: a resort full of charm, history and memories, showing the authentic way of life in the region. This complex is located in Guadix, just 55 kilometers from Granada, so those wishing to stay in the workplace may have recourse to the car rental in Granada. It is also close to Almeria, city of which is 106 kilometres. Resorting to an Almeria car hire service also can be useful for the visitor. The establishment boasts caves two- and three-rooms apartment. They have a special for private celebrations cave, a cave adapted to handicapped persons and a cave with jacuzzi.The caves have been carved into the clay and its origin goes back to the 15th century, it was in this place took refuge where the Moors during the reconquista. No doubt stay in these caves is a historical experience! To treat of caves, its internal temperature is constant throughout the year and ranges between 18 – 20 C.

However, they are equipped with electric heating and most have open fireplace or wood burning stove. Guests will have towels and bed linen, bathroom with hairdryer, telephone, TV, a small square of input for parking the car and a barbecue. Regarding the kitchens are equipped cone vitroceramic, microwave, coffeemaker and toaster, refrigerator, utensils and hot water. Guests can, in addition, enjoy facilities for common use as a meeting room, restaurant, laundry by tabs, gardens and pool.One of the huge advantages is that animals are allowed, so we won’t have to worry about where leave to our mascot. But let’s talk about the environment.Guadix is honored to be among the oldest settlements in Spain. The discovery of several archaeological sites attest to human presence in the stone age and age of metals. Its enclave, considered crossroads, was bridge between civilizations, religions and cultures, because here passed through Romans, Visigoths and Andalus before the Christian Reconquest. The modern and contemporary age also drew his story.It has therefore an important archaeological, artistic and architectural heritage, both religious and civil. In the area might also perform various routes enjoying the scenery, excursions to the Natural Park of Sierra Nevada, Gorafe megalithic Park, the cave of Windows or the hot springs of Graena.

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